A reminder to all that if you know of any American Airlines Flight Attendant who had damage to their primary residence from the tornadoes and crazy weather in DFW on the evening of December 26, please contact:
WINGS Foundation Flight Attendant Disaster Relief Fund (FADRF):
- Krichelle Zuniga (707) 235-3569
- Geoff Stafford (305) 600-2365
Wings FADRF provides immediate short-term relief to American Airlines Flight Attendants whose primary residence is damaged or destroyed by a catastrophic event or natural disaster. The program may provide for the purchase of such essentials as food, water & temporary shelter.
Thank You for Your Support
Now that 2015 is winding down, the Wings Foundation volunteers would like to thank each and every one of you for your support.
We are truly blessed to have such a strong support system throughout the American Airlines. Thank you for your generous payroll and one time donations, as well as supporting our fundraisers and the "in memory of" donations.
The Wings Foundation would also like to thank Flight Service throughout the AA system, the Flight Service team at Flagship University, APFA, our KIWI Club members and our donors throughout the United States.
Each and every year we especially thank all of our hardworking Flight Attendants for recycling on board aluminum cans by returning cans to the carts inside a drawer.
This amazing organization could not run without all of you and your contributions and once again, we thank you from the bottom of our hearts!
On behalf of over 100 WINGS Volunteers, Happy Holidays! Wishing each of you a healthy, safe and happy New Year!
The Wings Foundation is a non-profit organization, formed & managed by American Airlines Flight Attendants. Volunteers administer support to AA Flight Attendants applying for assistance who are in critical need of financial help. Assistance may be available to those experiencing serious illness, injury or disability. It may also include those affected by a disaster or catastrophic event which ultimately causes a major financial hardship.
Learn more about the Wings Foundation by visiting wingsfoundation.com